The Beatles Song Of The Day– Dig A Pony

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The Beatles Song of the Day is Dig  A Pony-  Dig A Pony is on the Beatles Let It Be album and was written by John Lennon. The song was originally two different songs- “All I Want Is You” and “Dig A Pony.” John would later call it ‘another piece of garbage.” It was performed live in the Let It Be film- on the rooftop sequence. The “All I Want Is You” is apparently about Yoko. The song was made up in the studio and the words make little sense at all. Not one of John’s finest works by any means. John Lennon: vocal, lead guitar: Paul McCartney: harmony vocal, bass: George Harrison: lead guitar: Ringo Starr: lead guitar. Produced by Phil Spector.

  • Rating   Dig  A Pony  ** stars out of 5 stars.
  • length of  Dig A Pony- 3:54.
  • Dig A Pony was never released as a single.
  • recorded on January 22, 24, 28,30, 1969 and February 5, 1969.
  • critic Bill Wyman ranked Dig A Pony #209 if 213, Rolling Stone #92, Spignesi and Lewis, The Beatles Listeners Poll and Jim Beviglia did not have the song ranked in their Top 100 Beatles songs.

 

I dig a pony
Well, you can celebrate anything you want
Yes, you can celebrate anything you want
Oh
I do a road hog
Well, you can penetrate any place you go
Yes, you can penetrate any place you go
I told you so
All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because
I pick a moon dog
Well, you can radiate everything you are
Yes, you can radiate everything you are
Oh now
I roll a stoney
Well, you can imitate everyone you know
Yes, you can imitate everyone you know
I told you so
All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because (woo)
Oh now
I feel the wind blow
Well, you can indicate everything you see
Yes, you can indicate everything you see
Oh now
I load a lorry
Well, you can syndicate any boat you row
Yeah, you can syndicate any boat you row
I told you so
All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because
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